Death and the Value of Life
ETHICS 99(1): 32-61, October 1988
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McMahan, Jeff (1988-10)The Epicurean argument that death cannot be a misfortune for the person who dies because, when death occurs, there is no longer a person to whom any misfortune can befall, fails to establish the conclusions which its defenders ...
McMahan, Jeff (1995-04)The dominant conception of brain death as the death of the whole brain constitutes an unstable compromise between the view that a person ceases to exist when she irreversibly loses the capacity for consciousness and the view ...